Web 2.0

Today we are all familiar with the power Web 2.0 holds. In this new era of Web 2.0, it's no longer enough just to have a website, one has to have a leadership thought, insert themselves in a conversations with their users.

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Comment by Geetanjali Shrivastava on April 8, 2011 at 11:53am
Bibkosh, the Knowledge Networking platform that allows users to connect their social and knowledge world announced its word-wide Beta last week. Do sign up and use it for your classroom projects! Would appreciate feedback and suggestions!
Comment by Matt Gleeson on January 13, 2011 at 5:04am
I recently posted this blog about the use of web 2.0 technology to enhance life long learning and professional development in the Alcohol and other drugs treatment/harm reduction sectors
Comment by Geetanjali Shrivastava on January 12, 2011 at 9:23am
Hi everyone,

My name is Geetanjali Shrivastava and I am a French teacher at the Alliance Francaise de Poona (India). I have been teaching since 5 years and have always enjoyed using Web 2.0 tools as a part of my class.

I am also working with a start-up that is developing a networking tool for academicians. Bibkosh, is a knowledge networking application that allows users to upload information the their Personal Knowledge Vault and share it with their peer group. Users can also publish their knowledge and showcase it to the world through their Knowledge Profile, which can then serve as a business card on the web.

If you have any questions or would like to get in touch with me regarding bibkosh, do contact me at My twitter handle is plaingeets

Comment by Lea Hansen on January 5, 2011 at 7:26pm
Comment by Larry Langley on June 18, 2010 at 2:58pm
My name is Larry Langley. I teach high school students (ages 13-18) in the following subjects: journalism, English language arts, theater arts, reading (7th grade) and yearbook. The name of our school is Rocksprings High School located in Rocksprings, TX 78880, population 1285. We have 293 students enrolled at present. The majority of my students are Hispanic.
I want to involve my students in a cross-cultural experience this year using many kinds of technology (building a web site, pod casting, video casting, digital photography and so on).One of the issues I'm facing is finding funding for some of the equipment I need for my classes. Any hints on how to procure cams, mics, etc?
I have 6 children--5 boys and 1 girl; they are all married with children of their own; grandpa of 13 and married to pioneer woman Laura. We live on an 800-acre ranch in Rocksprings, TX.
Comment by Adam Cohen on April 10, 2010 at 10:35am
Great Presentation by previous commenter Pierre-Etienne Chausse
Comment by Pierre-Etienne Chausse on May 27, 2009 at 9:39am
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Comment by BJ Bagwell on November 24, 2008 at 9:37am
Many of the most powerful web 2.0 tools are blocked in our school district. We are working on a justification to try and address this situation. This post is to ask if anyone else has done something similar. If so, would you be willing to share about your process? Thanks!

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